the Goshen Gazette
Now, More Than Fifty Years Later:   
Do most Americans believe the Warren Report
Is the murder of JFK an Unsolved Cold Case?
It was a Friday, just past noon, when the unthinkable rocked this nation.  Our President
had been killed by an assassin's bullet.  Fifty years later, a reasonable doubt has been
expressed by many.  Was this the the foundation that changed the core of our justice
system from "presumed innocent until proven guilty?"   
This Special Edition of the Goshen Gazette may or may not express the views of our Steadfast Contributors.  These
are thoughts and writings fromt the editor's desk.  
Actually, I beleive many of our Steadfast Contributors were not even born when this horrible event took place.  The
term now, would probably be "on my bucket list," but this is simply something I knew I wanted to do, I needed to do;
back in my days of Jr. High and High School Journalism.  Of course, at that time, I had no idea these thoughts would
be published for availability on a world wide basis or hold the potential to be entered into a government data base.  
Forty years ago, I was thinking, maybe a letter to the editor of a local paper on some November 22 in the future.  

In Regard to the death of President John F. Kennedy, I have no concrete evidence to offer or theories to introduce.  
As to the conclusion that was presented as
"fact," there are so many questions . . .
As we are now living in the Great Society of entitlement, here are the memorable words of the Inagural Address
delivered by President Kennedy, January 1961:
Ask not what your country can do for you, but ask what you can do for your country.

Today I ask, retrospectively . . . Did we choose to believe a lie?
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